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Windjammer

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The Indians haven't even been able to recover their dead yet let alone count them.

This was another Indian bunker turned into rubble.



 

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It was broken soon Musharraf out of his President chair. whatever you call that man but his time was most Peaceful time in LOC history in India-Pakistan history
Yes, I agree. Musharraf was the government and the military, so he had the power to make any decision.
 

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Three Pakistan Army soldiers were killed on Wednesday during an exchange of fire with Indian security forces across Line of Control, ISPR said.



However, the military media wing also claimed to have killed at least seven Indian soldiers during the border skirmishes.

The incident came after at least eight civilians were killed and nine others injured as Indian army targeted a passenger bus along the LoC near Neelum valley in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

According to police, a coaster bearing number MDAJK-3866 was heading towards Muzaffarabad from Kel when it was attacked by mortar shells fired by Indian troops near Lawat Kanari Bala, some 100 kilometres away from Muzaffarabad. Pakistan Army retaliated and attacked Indian forces’ posts silencing their guns.
 

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The Indians haven't even been able to recover their dead yet let alone count them.

This was another Indian bunker turned into rubble.



Here comes the guy who sits in UK and writes nonsense, because whatever happens in the subcontinent has no effect on him.
 

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3 Pakistan Army soldiers killed in exchange of fire with Indian troops near LoC: ISPR

Three Pakistan Army soldiers were killed in an exchange of fire with Indian troops near the Line of Control (LoC) on Wednesday, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said.

"Three Pakistani soldiers valiantly embraced shahadat at the Line of Control while responding to Indian unprovoked firing," the ISPR said.

The army's media wing identified the soldiers as Captain Taimoor Ali Khan, Havaldar Mushtaq Hussain and Lance Naik Ghulam Hussain.

An ISPR statement also said that seven Indian soldiers confirmed dead in retaliatory fire.

The ISPR added that the exchange of fire between Pakistani and Indian troops is ongoing.

"It may be mentioned here that in order to distract attention from the real issue of atrocities in India-held Kashmir by Indian troops, they are now targeting civilians population across the LoC towards the Pakistan side," the ISPR claimed.

Earlier today, Indian troops targeted a passenger bus near the LoC, killing nine people and injuring 11 others in Lawat.

In a separate incident of Indian shelling in Nakyal and Tatta Pani, one person was killed and seven others injured.

Cross-border firing a new normal
Tensions between Pakistan and India have been running high following an alleged 'surgical strike', unrest in Kashmir and the Uri army base attack in September.

Since then there have been repeated outbreaks of cross-border firing in Kashmir, with both sides reporting deaths and injuries including of civilians.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi stepped up a drive to isolate Pakistan diplomatically after the Uri army base attack in which 19 Indian soldiers were killed. Hours after the attack occurred, Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh termed Pakistan a 'terrorist state' and accused Pakistan of involvement.

The Uri attack occurred days before Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was set to address the United Nations General Assembly regarding Indian human rights violations in held Kashmir.

Following the attack, India claimed it had conducted a cross-border 'surgical strike' against 'launch pads of terror' in Azad Jammu and Kashmir — a claim Pakistan has strongly rejected.

Pakistan maintains that India is attempting to divert the world's attention away from atrocities committed by government forces in India-held Kashmir.

Pakistan and India have, most recently, locked horns over Kashmir since Indian forces stepped up a crackdown against protesters after Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani was killed by government forces in July.


http://www.dawn.com/news/1298159/3-...ange-of-fire-with-indian-troops-near-loc-ispr
 

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Looks like the Indians are looking for an all-out war and you know what they say "Be careful what you wish for, it might just come true." :disagree:
 

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7 of your soldiers killed as well
If We are to accept ISPR claims on Indian casualties, then you also have to accept Indian claims to Pakistani casualties...what say ?

"Eighteen soldiers, including five from the Border Security Force, have died in firing from Pakistan while India says it has killed at least 29 Pakistani troops in retaliation."
 

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This is what the objective was when they start firing indiscriminately.

9 civilians and 3 soldiers. Of course when murderers close the eyes and start firing, they don't care where they are hitting. It's like rain of bullets/ mortars. It's the easiest of all tasks in a war. press the trigger and forget to aim and then expect that one or two bullets will hit the target.

Unfortunately, we can't do this. Not just Kashmiris are our brothers, but we care about others as well. We only target the soldiers.
 

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Three Pakistan Army soldiers were killed on Wednesday during an exchange of fire with Indian security forces across Line of Control, ISPR said.



However, the military media wing also claimed to have killed at least seven Indian soldiers during the border skirmishes.

The incident came after at least eight civilians were killed and nine others injured as Indian army targeted a passenger bus along the LoC near Neelum valley in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

According to police, a coaster bearing number MDAJK-3866 was heading towards Muzaffarabad from Kel when it was attacked by mortar shells fired by Indian troops near Lawat Kanari Bala, some 100 kilometres away from Muzaffarabad. Pakistan Army retaliated and attacked Indian forces’ posts silencing their guns.
Can you conjure up the decency to call the 3 pakistani soldiers as martyred not killed...
 

Windjammer

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Here comes the guy who sits in UK and writes nonsense, because whatever happens in the subcontinent has no effect on him.
And all the BS you post must be due to the effect on your grey matter.
Before blabbers nonsense,do you even have a family member in the armed forces.
 

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